|Posted by Alex on April 23, 2012 at 9:20 PM|
I'm sure that you have all heard of the song "Friday" by Rebecca Black. That song went viral with a lot of negativity. The music video received over 167 million views on YouTube; with a large portion of those views resulting in dislikes.
Soon enough, the song "Friday" was dubbed as the 'Worst Song Ever'. The teen pop singer rose to fame when her mother paid over $4000 to have the single with a music video released. The title, 'Worst Song Ever' stuck for more than a year, until a new 'Worst Song Ever' was released by two teen girls singing about how difficult being 'hot' is.
The team of girls call themselves "Double Take" and are portrayed by Drew Garret and Lauren Willey. With over a million views already, the music video follows them singing to a rather techno-ish beat about the difficulties of being hot. The strange thing is, the song began being compared to "Friday" even though they are different and non-related.
This song may have hurt many ears, but songs like this attract many critics. According to the negativity, the most annoying line in the song, "Hot girls, we have problems too. We're just like you, except we're hot" brings anger among the community due to its repeat, discrimination against 'non-hot' people, and general stupidity. Rebecca's song basically received an award because it is no longer the worst song ever; compared to this song, "Friday" sounds wonderful.
The song has been added to the site for you to judge, and you can view it by clicking the link below: